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"There is never going to be a one track Europe, or even a two track one. Europe is diverse and will remain so. Europe will always be divided so long as political and civil society survive – and a good thing too! This diversity, these tensions, are not part of Europe’s weakness but of its strength. The Plurality of power in Europe is untidy but valuable. We need a Europe not where ignorant armies clash by night, but where informed Europeans debate and argue in the full light of day, in the European Parliament, the councils and the commissions..."

The Open Society and its Friend: The European Union

Steve Patriarca analyses the EU structure, values and conduct from the perspective of Karl Popper's Open Society and the main strands of Liberalism, in light of the current debates surrounding the EU referendum in the UK.

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